Day 85_2017 WAAW

No we’ve not gone off the end of the radio dial.

Today (Monday 27th March) is our second year raising funds for World Autism Awareness Week.

AJK Radio, was launched for the sole purpose of doing thing differently to other stations, from the studio setup, both at the home hub and our new remote voice tracking kit for presenters to broadcast from their safe havens,

Our latest presenter to join is Paul Beavis. Paul does have autism and with AJK Radio’s help he is now online with us and puts a show together for a Wednesday 19:00 broadcast.

We need your loose change this week

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Want to text a donation, no problem

WAAW56 £your donation to 70070

As always, thanks for listening



Day 77_2017 “Introducing….”

We are proud to welcome and introduce Paul Beavis on air in April 2017

Paul is our second presenter to be putting shows together from the comfort of his home, he is also autistic.

AJK Radio is proud to do things differently, and will be increasing the awareness of autism, its challenges to those who live with it on a daily basis and how others can help to better understand. World Autism Awareness Week 27th March – 2nd April 2017

Your donations to both the station to keep it going and to the National Autism Society are appreciated.

All details can be found here

In other news….

We lost some Rock ‘n’ Roll over the weekend with the passing of Chuck Berry

Dame Vera Lynn celebrated her 100th Birthday

Keep an eye out for our World Autism Awareness Week posts

As always, thanks for listening


two weeks to go…..


For immediate release 

Online Radio Station AJK Radio raises awareness of autism for World Autism Awareness Week

AJK Radio is taking part in The National Autistic Society’s World Autism Awareness Week 2017 and helping to transform the lives of autistic people in the UK.

Alex, has chosen to get involved because he has an autistic son, which was the reason AJK Radio launched Christmas Day 2015.

During World Autism Awareness Week, Alex and the station will be trying to raise as much money for the charity with live broadcasts throughout the week


Over 1 in 100 people are on the autism spectrum, a lifelong disability which affects how a person communicates with and relates to others, as well how they see the world. It is a spectrum condition and affects everyone differently, which means that each person on the spectrum will have very different support needs.

Last year, The National Autistic Society launched their Too Much Information campaign because they found that a lack of public understanding was leaving autistic people and their families socially isolated. Fifty per cent of autistic people and their families told us they sometimes or often didn’t go out because they were worried about how people would react to their autism, and many people told us of occasions where people had tutted or stared at them or their family.


Alex said: “It’s hard living with someone who is Autistic, and this is me doing my bit” I’m really excited to be fundraising for The National Autistic Society during World Autism Awareness Week.


“It’s such a great chance to get involved and raise awareness, understanding and money for the charity! I’m so grateful for the support everyone’s given me and feel really touched.”

Mark Lever, Chief Executive of The National Autistic Society, said:

“It’s wonderful that Alex is taking part in the 2017 World Autism Awareness Week.

“We hear from lots of autistic people and their families that judgemental stares and remarks from strangers can leave them feeling isolated. We know that the public doesn’t set out to be judgemental towards autistic people, it’s that they often don’t understand autism.

“This is why it’s so amazing and we’re really grateful when people like [your name] get involved with World Autism Awareness Week and not only raise money for us to continue the vital work that we do, but also to increase understanding and awareness in their local communities.”



For more information and to donate to Alex’s fundraising page head over to

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The National Autistic Society

  • The National Autistic Society is the UK’s leading charity for people on the autism spectrum and their families. Founded in 1962, it provides information, support and pioneering services, and campaigns for a better world for people on the autism spectrum.
  • To find out more about autism or The National Autistic Society, visit
  • Follow The National Autistic Society on Twitter (@Autism) or Facebook (


What is autism?

  • Autism is a lifelong developmental disability that affects how people perceive the world and interact with others.
  • More than 1 in 100 people are on the autism spectrum, including an estimated 700,000 people in the UK.
  • Every person on the autism spectrum is different. It can present some serious challenges – but, with the right support and understanding, autistic people and their families can live full lives.
  • Although everyone is different, people on the autism spectrum may:
    • be under or oversensitive to sounds, touch, tastes, smells, light or colours, which can make everyday life extremely difficult
    • find social situations and change a challenge, sometimes leading to extreme levels of anxiety
    • experience a ‘meltdown’ if overwhelmed by anxiety or sensory overload
    • benefit from extra time to process and respond to communication.
  • Asperger syndrome is a form of autism. People with Asperger syndrome are often of average or above average intelligence. They have fewer problems with speech but may still have difficulties with understanding and processing language.


World Autism Awareness Week

  • World Autism Awareness Week aims to increase public understanding of autism and is from 27 March to 2 April, ending on World Autism Awareness Day.
  • The National Autistic Society is encouraging schools, workplaces and individuals or families to get involved and fundraise for the charity. To find out more, visit


Too Much Information

  • The National Autistic Society’s Too Much Information campaign launched on World Autism Awareness Day in 2016.
  • The campaign aims to increase public understanding of autism, so people can recognise autistic behaviour, and respond with empathy.
  • To find out more about the Too Much Information campaign visit:

Into March we go , day 59_2017

Thought I’d post an update 😀

On the SoundCloud and mixcloud platform is a special three part countdown of the biggest selling singles of the 1960’s.

Who’s at #1?

Go grab the shows on catchup over on those sites.
We welcome Paul, to the station, he is our second autistic presenter and is currently awaiting some shiny new radio kit to get him online and out to you on the www.

Songs. Onto use to grow the catalogue, last count 25,000 songs to choose from! No same 10 songs in a row here 😄

Is it live or recorded…. can you tell? When myself and Trevor are on air, are we??

Technology at the station, as with most of the professional ones, has come on heaps over the years, allowing the presenters to have a more 9-5 job, the trick is to sound convincing 
Thanks for listening and keep following our development throughout 2017

Broadcast with AJK Radio, become a presenter on the station 

Fancy broadcasting on the radio?

AJK Radio is looking for new presenters to produce shows for the 24 hour schedule. 

You’ll be able to do this from the comfort of your own home too.

For the price £200 you’ll be sent all the kit needed to produce your shows, on going training on how to get the best from your time on the station.

This is a 12 month price for the kit and cost towards keeping the station legal with the music bodies.

If after the year you want to continue, it’s £49 per year from year two onwards

Listen via TuneIn

Get Social on Twitter ajk_radio and Facebook

The station is a hobby, set up for my autistic son, and as we enter the second broadcast year, we want ‘friends’ of the station to join us this year

Thanks for listening